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610 Traeth Llanbedrog Beach (Turtle Photography)


Llanbedrog’s colorful beach huts, resembling a line of toy-town sentry boxes, are the first feature that captures the eye (you can rent them by the day or week). They almost – but not quite – eclipse the beach’s location and views (which get even better if you follow the path to Mynydd Tir y Cwmwd, the headland above which commands far-reaching vistas across the bay). Llanbedrog’s south-facing, sheltered location creates (relatively!) warm bathing waters. It’s also ideal for sailing and other watersports. Other activities available locally include sea and river fishing and pony trekking. The sandy beach and nearby car park are in the care of the National Trust.

Facilities and Services

Drinking water
Public transport
Camp site

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